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The meaning of "high season"

" High season "
The most popular time to visit a resort or attraction - when prices are highest.
It's way too busy here to get a deckchair on the beach. I suppose that's what we should have expected when we booked a holiday in high season.
Where did it originate?:
Britain, 18th century.
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